Treatments for ED

Erectile dysfunction could be a worry to many people. The Best treatment should come after the original cause.

Causes 

ED can come from both emotional and physical causes. Here are some common ones:
stress
anxiety
relationship problems
drug use
alcohol use
smoking
injuries
obesity
age
cardiovascular disease
diabetes
hypertension
hyperlipidemia

Treatments
Treatment for ED will depend on the cause. And the treatment usually consists of medication, lifestyle changes and therapy.

ED medications
Your doctor may prescribe medication to you, here are the most common ones:
alprostadil (Caverject)
avanafil (Stendra)
sildenafil (Viagra)
tadalafil (Cialis)
testosterone (Androderm)
vardenafil (Levitra)

Those medications may have some side effects. During the medication period, any side effect should be reported to your doctor. Herbs are popular these days,including ginseng, yohimbe and asparagus racemosus. However, you should be careful when buying it as many aren’t regulated. Once again, ask for your doctor’s advice.

Talk therapy
Factors in mental side are always common causes of the ED. Stress, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression can make you sick here. Then take a talk therapy, and let the heart get relieved.

Alternative treatments
There are other alternative treatments available, such as: prostatic massage, acupuncture, pelvic floor muscle exercises.

Lifestyle changes 
Get your lifestyle developed into a healthier way is effective and economic. You can take a try with the following tips:
Eat a balanced, nutritious diet.
Exercise regularly.
Maintain a low blood pressure.
Maintain a healthy weight.
Avoid alcohol and cigarettes.
Reduce your stress.

 

Evaluations
In many cases, ED can be managed and cured. So if you have the problem, try to talk with your doctor, figure out the reasons and improve it as soon as possible.

* The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.